© 2019 by Christina Gravert

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
UNIVERSITY OF COPENHAGEN
CO-FOUNDER
IMPACTUALLY

ABOUT ME

 
ABOUT ME

As a behavioral economist (Ph.D. 2014), I study how people make decisions and how they can be motivated or nudged to "do the right thing." I aspire to increase the welfare of individuals and society through behavioral insights and evidence-based decision making.

MY WORK

I am currently an Assistant Professor at the Department of Economics at the University of Copenhagen. I am affiliated with the Center for Economic Behavior and Inequality (CEBI), I am one of the directors of the Copenhagen Experimental Laboratory and together with Marco Piovesan, I lead a research group called TRIBE.

 

Most of my time is spent doing research on the feasibility of behavioral interventions and on understanding how our beliefs about ourselves affect our behavior. I work both in the field, in collaboration with organizations, and with students in the laboratory. When I am not doing research I am teaching Game Theory, teaching a seminar course on Behavioral Economics in Action and supervising students.

 

You can find more information about my publications, my work in progress and where we might have met on the next pages or you can download my Academic CV.

 

I am the Co-Founder of Impactually, a behavioral science management consultancy. I have trained hundreds of executives in behavioral science methods, given keynote lectures on behavioral economics in practice and consulted the private, public and non-profit sector on how to integrate behavioral science in their work. I was selected as one of Berlingske's Talent 100 2019

 

If you are interested in a talk, interview, course or consulting please visit www.impactually.se and check out my talks on youtube.

PUBLICATIONS
  • Nudge som ett miljöekonomiskt styrmedel, Naturvårdsverket, 2019. 

  • Nudging à la carte - A field experiment on climate-friendly food choice (with Verena Kurz) Behavioral Public Policy, forthcoming.

  • The hidden costs of nudging - Experimental evidence from reminders in fundraising (with
    Mette Trier Damgaard), Journal of Public Economics, 157, (2018), 15-26.

  • The impact of high school course taking on choice of college major - Evidence from a natural experiment (with Katja Goerlitz), Education Economics, 26:3, (2018), 321-336.

  • Forgetful or reluctant? Evidence on reminder response and donor behavior from panel data
    (with Mette Trier Damgaard and Laura Villalobos) The Economics of Philanthropy. (2017)

  • A must-lie situation: Avoiding giving negative feedback (with Uri Gneezy, Silvia Saccardo
    and Franziska Tausch), Games and Economic Behavior, 102, (2017), issue C, p. 445-454.

  • Pride and patronage - Pay-what-you-want pricing at a charitable bookstore, Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics, 67 (2017), 1-7.

  • Now or never! The effect of deadlines on charitable giving - Evidence from two natural field experiments (with Mette Trier Damgaard), Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics, 66 (2016), 78-87.

  • The effects of the high school curriculum on school dropout (with Katja Goerlitz), Applied
    Economics
    , 48 (2016), 5314-5328.

  • How luck and performance affect stealing, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 93 (2013), 301-304.

SHORT ACADEMIC CV
  • Assistant Professor at the University of Copenhagen

  • Post-doc at the University of Gothenburg

  • PhD Student at Aarhus University

  • Master Student at Aarhus University

  • Bachelor Student at Technical University of Berlin

ONE OF MY STUDENTS?
  • Join us Wednesday at 13.15-14.00 for our lab meeting

  • Check out TRIBE for more information

  • Interested in supervision for Bachelor or Master Thesis? Read this guideline! 

 

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